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Temic Semiconductors - Atmel  Profile

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Temic Semiconductors - Atmel  Company Overview

TEMIC Semiconductors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atmel Corporation, designs, manufactures and markets on a worldwide basis technically advanced integrated circuits to serve Communications, Automotive, Data processing and Aerospace markets, using CMOS, BiCMOS, Bipolar and SiGe technologies.

Temic Semiconductors - Atmel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Temic Semiconductors - Atmel include microcontrollers, nonvolatile memory, logic, radio frequency (RF) components, and sensors.

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